OK... just kidding! But that's what I thought of when I saw this challenge. The amazing Lesley Langdon (designer and stamp artist) issued a challenge. Who can pass up a challenge?
Instead of Iron Chef, I thought of Iron Stamper. Grit and determination to create the unique with a special ingredient...
Use the Ledger Me set and specifically create a project using the Date sentiment and the coffee stain.
You're ON, Lesley!!! I'll take that challenge!
What I Love:
I incorporated the ingredients in the challenge and think I've added a bit of my own flavor. I could easily see myself giving this card to my daughter. She's in the pre-teen / tween stage and could use extra encouragement from me to know she's loved. The colors are fun and one of the things I enjoy the most about the design.
So, what do you think? Did I have a recipe for success?
I hope this meets the mark, Lesley!
I have a challenge for Lesley now...
I could use the inspiration and ideas for another of the Rummage Bin sets. Lesley, your secret ingredients are the Great Canadian stamp set, using the Coffee Co. sentiment.
Thanks for stopping by,
-Coffee stain, "Date" sentiment and "What I love" sentiment from the Ledger Me stamp set (the Rummage Bin by Lesley Langdon) by Cornish Heritage Farms
-Walnut stain and Vintage Photo Distress inks by Ranger
-Island Mist Medium cardstock by Prism
-Neenah Solar White cardstock from Ellen Hutson LLC
-My Mind's Eye designer papers
-corner rounder by EK Success
-ink blending tool by Inkssentials
-Dymo hand label maker and black tape
-handheld circle punch Fiskers (for holes in scallops)
-flower by Prima Marketing
-brown button by The Paper Studio
-lace from my sewing stash
-linen thread from sewing stash